those bikes are pretty sweet. I think you will have to buy a new wheel for the rear though, and a new front wheel to make it match.
flipping the handlebars so they are lower would make for an awesome riding experience, i imagine like barely holding on to a rocket. I always wanted a frame like that to try it. if you motorize it, take a pic with the bars flipped, ive never seen it and would like too
haha anyways, good luck with that awesome frame.
Edit: I realize that Chopper asked the original question, and srdavo potsed the pic. I assume Chopper is using this frame as well? Or do you want to add 144spoke wheels to your existing bike?
i ran into the same problem ,,so i ended up using 8 3/16 bolts and nuts ,,and made a adapter plate ,,so i could center the sprocket on the wheel ,, there was enough space between the hub and the spokes to dril 8 holes ,, it took time and you would need a lathe ,, but the simple way is to get the right back wheel in the first place ,, i now have a nice looking bike after 200 hours of work with a motor made in china ,chain problem ,air leak problem , clutch problem ,vibration problem,and today the spark quit ,my advice is buy a $50 bicycle if you are going to put on one of these motors ,, if you go first class with all the bells,,etc, buy a 4 cycle Honda motor etc with a pull start ,or wait for a couple years
there is going to be lots of changes and improvements i hope over the next couple years ,,i think i will wait before i build another one ,,100 hours is fun working on these kits ,,200 hours and still problem after problem no fun